The question is whether their margins prove insurmountable. " On the Republican side , there is a little more leeway". Trump could come close to running the table Tuesday. As accusations of dishonesty have flown between Trump, Cruz and Rubio, voters say they are more apt to see Trump as honest and trustworthy. The region is the most religious and conservative in the country.
A majority of Democratic voters say they would back Clinton or Sanders as the nominee, with only 15% who say they would not back either. Our newest poll is the last one taken before Super Tuesday . Rep. Mike Pompeo. "But Hillary is going to begin building an utterly insurmountable lead after the first and especially after the 15th". Here's how things stack up going into Super Tuesday.
Trump told host Jake Tapper . "You know what they say about men with small hands ", Rubio said before trailing off and letting the audience chuckle at this insinuation. His post was later retweeted by rival Hillary Clinton, who swept to victory on Saturday in the South Carolina Democratic primary - her third victory in four contests.
And 66 percent of the 865 delegates up for grabs on Super Tuesday come from these six states. Nebraska's Ben Sasse, a rising star among conservatives , became the first current senator to publicly raise the prospect of backing a third party option if Trump clinches the nomination.
Clinton scored a resounding victory in Saturday's Democratic primary in the Atlantic coastal state of SC, beating her lone rival Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, a self-declared democratic socialist, by a three-to-one margin. Donald can't, because she will turn to Donald and laugh at him at a debate and say, but, Donald, you gave $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation. One of the big knocks on Donald Trump is that he would have a hard time attracting African-Americans and Latinos if he is the ...
Both the Florida and OH primaries will be held on March 15. The Lone Star State has the biggest cache - 222 Democratic delegates and 155 for Republicans. Each of the governors from these states, all Republicans , said they would support whoever wins the GOP nomination but stopped short of expressing any enthusiasm for Trump .